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Million Metres Streams crowdfunding appeal for MTT ...

Million Metres Streams crowdfunding appeal for MTT ...

Maraetōtara Tree Trust is crowdfunding $25,000 with Million Metres Streams thanks to many, including Kiwibank, Jucy Rentals and Alsco ... The bid has been very successful and the opportunity to contribute is open for a few more days.


Please donate today via Million Metres Streams or directly to MTT.


Maraetōtara River Restoration
The 2002 founding trustees vision was a restored Maraetōtara River habitat and birds connector to Te Mata Park, Haumoana and Napier. Almost 50% of 43kms river length is now reserved, fenced and planted with native trees. Sister private and public initiatives are Cape Sanctuary and Cape to City.

Please join the success and donate now! With your support, another 4,500 native plants and trees will be planted at the river! 16,000 this winter and 13,000 last winter ...

Maraetōtara River Restoration Project
To find out more about the Maraetōtara River restoration project, the Trust's mission and objectives visit www.maraetotaratreetrust.co.nz.

Maraetōtara Tree Trust is a registered charity formed in 2002, with the purpose: to protect, enhance, and restore all 43kms (86kms both sides), of the Maraetōtara River, from its headwaters at the top of the Maraetōtara Valley to the Pacific Ocean at Te Awanga beach. It's an important river corridor and habitat.


Sponsors & Partners
MTT sponsors and donor partners are central to the sustainability of the project - please consider joining the sponsors team. The Winter 2016 Update Newsletter lists 2013-17 supporters and donors ...

Turley & Co was MTT's first corporate sponsor in 2006. Pat Turley was appointed to the Trust board in 2009, and elected Chair in 2014 (trustees and officers are volunteers).

Thank you to Million Metres Streams Project that is leading the fundraising river restoration charge for projects nationally ...

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